or e-mail, E-mail
- a system for sending messages from one individual to another via telecommunications links between computers or terminals using dedicated software: Communication by email is almost instantaneous.
- a message sent by email: Send me an email about that idea, and I'll get back to you.
- to send a message to by email: When you email me, don't forget to attach the documents.
Origin of email
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Examples from the Web for emailing
One spokesman for the National Security Council has been emailing reporters Wednesday to tell them that all was fine.Obama’s Love-Hate Relationship With Israel Explodes
October 29, 2014
Second, even if the target is, in fact, a non-American, the target will sometimes be emailing or calling an American citizen.It’s Time to Shut the NSA’s Backdoor Used to Spy on Americans
Geoffrey R. Stone
July 3, 2014
After emailing a photographer whose work she admired, she was invited to sit for him.Model Melanie Gaydos’s Fight for High Fashion
February 3, 2014
But was she calling and emailing, and showing up where you would be?Bigmouth Strikes Again: Smiths Bassist Andy Rourke Tells All
October 13, 2013
I try to only do a little bit of emailing, scan the most important things, see if anything is urgent.Junot Díaz: How I Write
August 21, 2013
Word Origin and History for emailing
a type of pottery design pattern, c.1877, from French email (12c.), literally "enamel" (see enamel (n.)).
Online Etymology Dictionary, © 2010 Douglas Harper